Frank Lampard hopes to emulate Jose Mourinho’s successful start as Chelsea manager by securing a positive result against Manchester United.
Defender Matt Doherty insists Wolves must lay down an early marker in the race for Europe.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has labelled signing Jonny Evans as an incredible piece of business as they begin life without Harry Maguire.
Paul Hollywood’s ex-girlfriend has said she is suing the Great British Bake Off star over what she claims are “highly defamatory statements”.
Boris Johnson has vowed to “come down hard” on crime as he announced an extension of police stop-and-search powers and tougher sentences for violent criminals.
England’s World Cup build-up has taken a chaotic turn after it emerged that a fracas occurred between Ben Te’o and Mike Brown in Treviso, while preparations for Sunday’s Test against Wales have been disrupted by a trio of injury withdrawals.
More than 100 people have marched through the Texas border city of El Paso, denouncing racism and calling for stronger gun laws one week after 22 people were killed in a mass shooting that authorities say was carried out by a man targeting Mexicans.
Universal Pictures has cancelled the planned September release of its controversial social thriller The Hunt in the wake of recent mass shootings and criticism from President Donald Trump.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino hopes Harry Kane’s summer of bliss fires him towards the Premier League golden boot.
Sir Ian McKellen led Perthshire Pride's first ever parade through the sunny streets of the Fair City today as hundreds of people turned out in support of the LGBT+ community.